This page contains information about how the municipalities of Waterloo Region are responding to COVID-19. Consult the link to your municipality’s official website for their full response.
City of Waterloo’s Response to COVID-19
The City of Waterloo is continuing to inform residents of news updates, closures, changes to ongoing services, and community supports during the COVID-19 pandemic.
City of Kitchener’s Response to COVID-19
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Kitchener, the region and all area municipalities have made significant changes to services and programming.
City of Cambridge’s Response to COVID-19
The City of Cambridge is continuing to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and update its residents on closures and other measures of prevention.
Township of Wilmot’s Response to COVID-19
The Township of Wilmot has the health and safety of all Wilmot residents as their highest priority always, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many Township services can be accessed in alternate ways, which are available on their website.
Township of Wellesley’s Response to COVID-19
The Township of Wellesley has the health and safety of all Wellesley residents as their highest priority always, especially during this global 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic. On their website, you will find information about closures, cancellations, and additional resources.
Township of North Dumfries’ Response to COVID-19
The Township of North Dumfries (including Ayr) has experiences closures, cancellations, and changes to service as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Up-to-date information about Township service changes and news releases can be found on their website index.
Woolwich Township’s response to COVID-19
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, the health and wellbeing of Woolwich residents remain the top priority. Changes to local services, news updates, supports and safety measures, and requests for supplies can be found on the Township’s website.